In Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the series has grown in multiple directions thanks to the multiverse.
But as more realities are born or reborn, the greater threat of Kang the Conqueror and his influence on the flow of time is now a dangerous reality that must be acknowledged.
But has his presence affected the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
In the third episode of “Moon Knight”, Marc Spector fights an Amit follower who has a symbol on the back of his jacket, a subtle hint of Kang the Conqueror’s Tutankhamun identity.
In the comics, Tutankhamun is the pharaoh who conquered the world, he actually lives as Kang the Conqueror in his new identity, Tutankhamun is never mentioned in the past of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
With this subtle realization, it foreshadows that Kang the Conqueror and his variants may have begun a time war to conquer various realities.
However, based on the MCU timeline, things may not be that simple, and he first appeared as Tutankhamun.
One possible explanation is that he needs to do some deployment before he can move on to a bigger action in the timeline.
This could mean he’s trying to purge all the gods, or forge deep ties with his followers until modern times. That way he’ll have an army fighting all over the world.
Kang the Conqueror’s potential time tampering could also be the reason the MCU’s main timeline has become so hey and hilarious.
When it comes to magic, witchcraft and the supernatural are more prominent and occupy a more prominent place than before.
There are also gods like Khonsu, which may have been introduced by an earlier version of Kang the Conqueror, who manipulated the origin of reality to introduce the gods into a timeline that never existed.
There are more and more alien technologies, and even the Eternals and Gods who are interested in the earth at this time happened to come here.
Kang is always way ahead of his opponents in the comics, and while it might seem silly to create characters as powerful as Moon Knight, the Eternals, and Scarlet Witch, his main plan may be to soften the planet with this supernatural conflict.
Due to events such as “Spider-Man: No Way Home” or Khonsu’s manipulation of the stars, the fabric of reality is strained and the world is actually broken.
Then Kang the Conqueror reappeared, summoning his army, and walking around the world as the new conqueror.
The scariest thing about this plan is that, no matter what it looks like, it’s part of Kang the Conqueror’s larger plan that will make him the most powerful man to change history.
As “Loki” shows in the finale, Kang the Conqueror is always one step ahead of reality, winning before people try to stop him.
So everything that is happening or is happening in the Marvel Universe could be part of his larger, more sinister plan to win the battle before it even begins.